check if your BIOS is in UEFI mode, if so, when you delete the array, CTRL-I is no more available.
so switch back to Legacy with RAID as SATA device, save and exit
at the next boot CTRL-I will be again available
set your ARRAY
enter BIOS again and set UEFI back
check if SATA is still RAID
save and exit
What is your notebook model?
after changing in the bios from RST to AHCI , does your laptop boot to windows ?
I would like to see a photo with the main section!
what Intel RST Bios extensions ?i dont have it in my helios 300.changing from rst with optane to ahci in bios will convert intel storage controller to non raid mode.
I think this is what you are looking for:This is a comment from colleague @IronFly that was said here: https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/418955/intel-rapid-storage-technology-gone-from-bioscheck if your BIOS is in UEFI mode, if so, when you delete the array, CTRL-I is no more available.so switch back to Legacy with RAID as SATA device, save and exitat the next boot CTRL-I will be again availableset your ARRAYexitenter BIOS again and set UEFI backcheck if SATA is still RAIDsave and exit re-install windows
I am not sure where to unblock it
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